Phu Quoc is a wonderful island to pamper yourself in! On the island, there is an array of wellness centers and spas that unwind your weariness and bad mood. One of the highest-rated spas on the island is Le Spa, a boutique day spa, at Le Veranda Resort Phu Quoc. Completely rebuilt in November 2017, the brand new boutique spa occupies its own two-story building in a lush garden setting, featuring a covered yoga deck and 3 traditional French colonial treatment rooms, all with a refined French colonial ambiance. A full body scrub will flush toxins, hydrate, refresh your body, increase blood flow to your skin to help it rejuvenate. Then massage therapies from Swedish, Thai, to Vietnamese will help you relax and revive from head to toe. Not only adults but also kids can enjoy the body treatments. At La Veranda, a special treatment is designed to help children aged 4-12 relax their body and prevent hyperactivity. Mild and gentle virgin coconut oil is used to avoid possibilities of skin allergy. The light massage will give your kids physical and emotional pampering that they enjoy. Ladies may be also keen on beauty care for skin, face, body, and nail. Extra courses for dry, acne and sensitive skins are on offer to help enhance blood circulation, alleviates excess skin surface cells, prevent the growth of acne, and balance the level of your skin. Waxing treatments and nail care are also popular choices of female tourists coming to Le Spa. Three special treatments that are highly recommended are La Veranda Neuromuscular Treatment, King Gia Long Royal Warrior Treatment, and Anti-Stress Jet Lag Treatment. La Veranda Neuromuscular Treatment An intensely therapeutic deep tissue massage using the masseuse’s body weight with acupressure to aid in pain management as old injuries, trapped nerves or chronic pain is nursed back to full strength by flushing lactic acid and other metabolic waste from your muscles, allowing more oxygen-rich and nutrient- filled blood to flow in. Expect a deep and thoroughly relaxing massage. It relieves chronic muscle pains, restores proper alignment, and increases flexibility in problem areas and chronic spinal pain. A highly specialized and customized massage treatment including 4 to 5 sessions is recommended with each visit lasting between 2-4 hours using organic massage oils. King Gia Long Royal Warrior Treatment The 3.5-hour treatment costs 4,030,000 VND but worths the money. In the past, before becoming the first emperor of Vietnam, Gia Long often came to Phu Quoc Island to rest and recharge between battles. Crafted for the highly stressed individual, this luxurious Royal Treatment pays homage to one of Vietnam’s greatest warriors. Re-charge with 3-steps starting with a detoxifying scrub, followed by a customized deep-tissue massage with for back and muscle pains complemented with Vietnamese cupping to release trapped energies. End with an anti-aging facial to protect skin against oxidation. Anti-Stress Jet Lag Treatment This jet lag treatment is an ideal Welcome Ritual. A treatment comprising of full body work concentrating on back, neck, shoulder and foot reflexology to soothe the body and promote circulation after a long tiring flight. A soothing warm welcome to start your stay. Consider These Information When Booking At La Veranda’s Le Spa: – Advance bookings are highly recommended to ensure your preferred time and treatment is available. – Arriving 15 minutes prior to your scheduled appointment will allow you time to fill in a consultation card and discuss any concerns you may have with spa consultants. – Guests are asked to refrain from using mobile phones within the spa. Valuables and jewelry are best kept in your room’s safety box. – Pregnancy: Inform the masseuse/therapist if you are pregnant so that the spa consultants can guide you in choosing treatments suitable for this special time. – Health: Inform the therapist any health conditions, allergies or injuries, which may affect your treatment experience. – Gentlemen are advised to shave prior to all facial treatments to ensure a maximum result. – Cancellation: Four hours notice is required should you need to cancel or reschedule your appointment. A 50% charge will apply for cancellations of less than four hours notice and a 100% charge will apply for cancellations with no notice. – All treatments include services charge and applicable government tax. Aside from treatments you can book, Le Spa also offers wellness classes and activities including morning yoga by the sea, Vietnamese massage workshops, neuro-balancing analysis and private yoga sessions. All treatments make use of artisanal, organic products which are also available for purchase, allowing guests to take the wellness glow home with them. Other Options To Consider With tranquil beaches, salubrious sea air and year-round sun, Phu Quoc is truly the ideal Wellness and Beauty destination. Aside from La Veranda, there are numerous spas and salons range from inexpensive itinerant providers on the beach to high-end, world-class spas found in other luxury 5-star hotels. Sitting on the beach, you’re likely to be approached by ladies offering on-the-spot massages and other services including mani / pedis and even hair removal. In most cases, these women are minimally trained with poor quality accessories, so it’s a case of you get what you pay for. Day spas in Duong Dong include: Galina Spa (Tran Hung Dao Street, tel: 0915571007) offers a unique mud bath experience although the accompanying massage gets mixed reviews. Tranquility Spa (118/2 Tran Hung Dao Street) gets good customer feedback for their massages performed in a very basic home-like atmosphere. Phu Quoc Day Spa (100/3 Tran Hung Dao Street) is viewed as a good alternative to the beachside massages. The quality of the massages can be hit-or-miss depending on the staff. For a premium spa experience, another option is the recently opened Chanterelle Spa at JW Marriott Phu Quoc Emerald Bay has wow factor for its whimsical décor by acclaimed designer Bill Bensley. The spa offers Ayurvedic treatments, wraps and facials among its services, but expect to pay premium prices. The resort is located on the southeast part of the island, a prohibitive USD25 round-trip taxi ride from Duong Dong.
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10 Reasons To Go To Phu Quoc
As if you needed another reason to holiday on an idyllic island paradise, here are our Top 10 Reasons to Visit Phu Quoc. 1. Beautiful Beaches With Character Even if you visited a different beach every day for a week, there’d still be beautiful beaches left to explore. From picture-perfect Bai Sao on the island’s east coast with its powdery white sand and clear, gentle waters, to the secluded beaches of Ganh Dau in the island’s north, to busy Bai Truong with its cafes and relaxed eateries, there’s a beach for everyone on Phu Quoc. 2. Easy Accessibility Just a 50-minute plane ride from Ho Chi Minh City or a comfortable 1.5 – 2.5 hour ferry ride from Rach Gia or Ha Tien on the Vietnamese mainland, a Phu Quoc holiday is within easy reach for anyone. 3. Eats The Phu Quoc Night Market in Duong Dong has many stalls and restaurants serving up fresh seafood cooked just the way you want it. Foodies will also want to try other specialties that the island is known for including raw herring salad, grilled sea urchin topped with scallion oil, and sea cucumber soup. 4. Take a Hike While Phu Quoc’s beaches are undeniably the star, the island’s other natural sites deserve some exploring, including taking nature walks in the island’s heavily forested interior or taking a refreshing dip in its waterfalls. 5. Local Other than tourism, the island’s main industries are farming and fishing. Whether on organized tours or on your own, pepper farms, sim (rose myrtle) wine factories and laid-back fishing villages are just waiting to be discovered. 6. Island Hopping The Phu Quoc archipelago is made up of 22 islands, many of them pristine and uninhabited. There are a variety of island tours available ranging from budget tours (less than USD 25) which include snorkeling and island hopping to private day trips to your very own secluded island complete with a chef and attending staff. 7. Max Relax A holiday in Phu Quoc is perfect for breaking up a longer trip. The island has a relaxed vibe where visitors can do as much or as little as they choose. Most beachfront hotels in Duong Dong are tucked away down little lanes for the ultimate in peace and quiet. 8. Unique History Phu Quoc has an interesting history, providing shelter for King Gia Long in the mid-18th century from Tay Son rebels and acting as a prison under French colonial rule and during the Vietnam War. Known colloquially as the Coconut Tree Prison, it can still be visited today. 9. Visa Exemptions for Everyone! All nationalities are granted a free 30-day visa exemption if arriving in Phu Quoc from a country other than Vietnam, eg. on an international flight or cruise, and not traveling to the Vietnamese mainland. 10. Stay in an Indochine-inspired Mansion by the Sea While accommodations on Phu Quoc range from small guesthouses and budget accommodations near the beach, the 5-star La Veranda Resort is a truly unique experience, featuring a seaside mansion which houses the fine dining restaurant and lounge with live music, as well as intimate bungalows right on its own stretch of beach just minutes from the airport, night market and the town of Duong Dong.Read more
Phu Quoc island map
Boasting idyllic beaches, pristine waters, evergreen forests, romantic sunsets, and a peaceful ambiance, Phu Quoc is indeed an ideal holiday destination for those in search of a tranquil getaway from the hurried, modern lifestyle. Situated in the far south of the country, some 45 kilometres west of Ha Tien, Phu Quoc’s northern part holds a UNESCO World Heritage Site status, which allows it to be relatively untouched. However, you can also find a plethora of charming cafes, lively bars, and luxury resorts. Traditional fishing villages also dot the map, as are pristine beaches that offer visitors a unique opportunity to lay eyes on exquisite sea views. Between Buddhist pagodas, mighty temples, karst limestone formations inviting you to explore verdant mountaintops, and a dining scene that can cater to all budgets lies a wonderful world. Explore this paradisiac island with the following map tips. The Phu Quoc National Park More than half the island’s land is a park and contains impressive landscapes and various forest types, including rocky mountains, sparsely forested areas, wetlands, mangroves, and coastal vegetation. The rainforest occupies the majority of north Phu Quoc and is home to more than 200 animal species, including mammals, birds, reptiles, amphibians, some rare species, such as the hornbill, silver langur, long-tailored macaque, and lorises, and species of globally endangered animals. The Ong Thay Mountain, Da Dan Stream, and Duong Dong Lake are all sights nearby worth visiting. Almost any drive to the north of the island will lead you through the National Park. Pepper Farms Phu Quoc is notorious for its fine-quality black peppers that are exported to the corners of the earth. Brought many centuries ago by the Chinese, peppers now contribute to the country’s output of up to 60% of the global pepper supply. You will find many pepper farms across the island, one being very close to the southern edge of the National Park, and you may have the chance to engage in a conversation with a local about how this succulent plant is grown and, why not, taste some right on the farm! Without a doubt, peppers have a leading role in Vietnamese cuisine, creating delicious dishes. Phu Quoc Safari Park Officially known as Vinpearl Safari Park, it is located on the north-west side of Phu Quoc and is the country’s first safari park built in 2015. The 380-hectare land hosts more than 2,000 animals, including rare species from all over the world, such as black/white ruffed lemurs and addax antelopes, as well as around 540 species of wildlife. The park is divided into several different areas, including the Night Safari, the Wild Africa, and the South America-Amazon. Nearby is also the Vinpearl Water park, with plenty of water slides, manmade beaches, arcade games, and many more for ideal family fun. Phu Quoc Fish Sauce Factories Besides scenic spots, Phu Quoc Island is also famous for its sea specialties, among which is the Phu Quoc fish sauce made from fermented, rich-in-protein anchovies. The island is home to more than 100 factories producing fish sauce, with the largest of the island’s fish-sauce maker being the distillery of Nuoc Mam Hung Thanh, just a short walk from the Duong Dong market. The second largest distilleries are found at An Thoi. At first glance, the giant crates give the impression that you have signed up for a wine tasting adventure but once you allow the festering nuoc mam essence kick in, you realise this is nowhere near a wine factory! What has made the local fish sauce so extraordinary is the nurturing waters around Phu Quoc, which retain a significant number of plankton and algae (anchovies’ best food). Also, the sea here contains several different categories of anchovy, which makes the sauce even tastier. The island produces hundreds and thousands of litres of fish sauce every year using only traditional methods as they have been passed from generation to generation. Let’s also note that the island’s Mam (sauce) quality is so high that the manufacturers here fought a persistent and lengthy legal battle to protect the name “Phu Quoc Fish Sauce”, which they eventually won. Coconut Prison & War Memorial Located in An Thoi village, Coconut Prison (Nha Lao Cay Dua), also known as Phu Quoc Prison, was initially used to keep prisoners during the Indochina War. At that time, it is believed to have held over 14,000 inmates. But, after the war, the Geneva Accords enabled them to return to their families. The prison was re-used when the Vietnam War broke loose and the US troops rebuilt it into a new jail. They designed separate areas for the elder, the men, and the women and also added a new section in 1966 to incarcerate the increasing number of Vietnamese soldiers that had to be held in captivity. So, from a total of 4 parts, according to original plans, Coconut Prison ended up having 12 main areas, each guarded with strong army force. During those dark times, the convicts suffered horrendous atrocities and tortures. The prison is now the living evidence of the most brutal face of war. In 1996, Coconut Prison was recognized as a National Historical Heritage and is one of the most-visited sights not only on the island but also entire Vietnam with more than 10,000 visitors annually. Visiting it gives the opportunity to see exhibits, such as torture tools and the Catso Tiger Cage that used to contain prisoners while leaving them exposed to the scorching sun and the elements, and life-size mannequins depicting torture scenes and providing information about the inhuman activities that were taking place back then. Just opposite Coconut Prison is a commemorative monument called the War Memorial, which consists of three abstract wave forms, including a human shape that has been cut out. The landmark is in memory of the Vietnamese patriots that have lost their lives defending the country during the numerous wars the nation has been involved with over the years. Bee Farms Bee farms in Phu Quoc are popular eco-tourism destinations that also serve as educational facilities for those that wish to learn more about life-cycle, honeybee conservation, and the significance of bees to the environment, among others. On the island, there are two honey bee farms that tourists can visit, and come with no entrance fee. The first bee farm is located north of the island’s International Airport, which also hosts a fruit farm with rambutan fruit trees and more, while the other is in the Cua Can region. To experience everything this attraction has to offer, you will need a bit less than an hour. Sim Wine Factory Sim Wine or Rose Myrtle Wine or Ruou Sim is a type of wine with a 7.5% alcohol content and a flowery scent and a woody taste that is made with a local fruit from the Rose Myrtle Tree that grows wildly on Phu Quoc Island. Its origins are believed to be tied with the central highland’s ethnic minority groups, and is a popular drink among locals, who always drink a glass of Sim Wine when they eat seafood. Many people drink it for its alleged healing properties as it appears to aid in the reduction of joint pains, the relief of digestive problems, and to combat fatigue. However, there is no medical evidence yet. The Nguyen Trung Truc Temple Nguyen Trung Truc Temple is found in the Kien Giang province and occupies a tranquil spot opposite the river. In the total of 9 temples on the island that worship Nguyen Trung Truc, a Vietnamese legend, it is the largest one, surrounded by green Bodhi trees and verdant land. The temple was inaugurated in 1970, seven years after it had been built, and has a sanctum featuring a stone incense burner and a 3-gate entrance as a means to retain the appearance of Tam shape. The roof is adorned with the motifs of two imposing dragons with pearl embellishments while you may also find cement-made relics with colourful pottery shards and artifacts, memorabilia, and trophies of the famed victories of Nguyen Trung Truc. Due to its impressive design, the Nguyen Trung Truc Temple is considered one of the most attractive tourist destinations in Phu Quoc, recognised as National Cultural Historical Relic in 1989. If you happen to be around during the festivities that often take place here, you will notice people from every religion and ethnicity having fun and integrating into a spiritual atmosphere. Dinh Cau Temple Also known as Dinh Cau Castle, Dinh Cau Shrine, Dinh Cao Rock and several more, Dinh Cao Temple is one of the most-visited sight-seeing attractions on Phu Quoc. Situated at the mouth of Duong Dong River, it actually is an odd-shaped rock formation that served as both a place of worship and a lighthouse. That particularity is what makes it so special. The temple was built in 1937 to honour the goddess of the sea, Mazu or Thien Hau. Ever since, fishermen and locals come to the temple to light incense sticks and pray for calm seas and safe journeys before they set out to the sea. Every year, around mid-October, there is a festival with hundreds of attendees, who climb the 29 winding stone steps to reach the shrine at the top of the temple while praying along the way. If you go with them and make it to the top, a beautiful terrace will reward you with heart-stopping panoramas of the sea, the port, and Duong Dong Town. Ho Quoc Pagoda Ho Quoc Pagoda is located on a high mountain in the southern area of Phu Quoc and was opened in 2012. It impresses with its ancient architecture characterised by wooden doors, high thresholds, and wall tile and houses several Buddha statues, a giant bell, and a magnificent statue of the Goodness of Mercy. It is an excellent spot to watch the sunrise, take in unspoiled scenery, and see macaques that live in the lush mountains behind it. Phu Quoc Nightlife From tourists and locals looking for a fun night out to expats, Phu Quoc’s vibrant night scene is more than interesting. Don’t expect the vibrancy of the big cities of mainland Vietnam, though. People who come here prefer more laid-back experiences after sunset. However, you will be pleased with the many beachfront bars, nightclubs, late-night restaurants, and wine lounges available on the island offering a relaxed ambience, stylish interiors, and a wide range of strong cocktails. Be prepared for facilities hosting guest DJs from Europe and Vietnam, full-moon parties, dance performances, bonfires, even a night market (Dinh Cau market in Duong Dong) and many more. Some of the most favoured spots include the stylish Itaca Resto Lounge offering affluent dining, the quintessential Rory’s Beach Bar, the Coco Bar with the delicious homemade rums, the Lion Garden Beer Club, the island’s largest nightclub, the Paradiso Beach Club with mind-blowing sea views, and the Le Bar, La Veranda luxury resort’s elegant lounge bar with sweeping ocean panoramas and a charming colonial-style décor. An Thoi Port An Thoi is the busiest port on Phu Quoc located on the southern tip of the island. From there, many tourists visit the complex of 15 islets and reefs nearby and enjoy activities such as swimming and snorkelling while indulging in magnificent views that stretch all the way to Coconut beach. An Thoi is a much-photographed Phu Quoc sight that many travellers prefer to visit at sunset for the idyllic vistas. The Beaches Phu Quoc is home to dozens of excellent beaches, each mesmerising with crystalline waters, sandy shores, spellbinding views, and an utterly enchanting underwater world to explore. Considering that the island is currently in a state of transformation, chances are you will find a wide range of luxury accommodation options near the beaches. Nevertheless, there is something for every desire. If you want untouched and quiet sandy spots, head to the northeast coast, where beaches like Thom Beach and Bon Beach lie. For more touristy and developed shores, visit the south-west and the likes of Long Beach. Other beaches worth a visit are Rach Tram Beach, Ganh Dau Beach, Rach Vem Beach, Cua Can, Vong Beach, Sao Beach, Khem Beach, and Ong Lang. (Viagra) Note: An equally scenic setting is provided at Hon Gam Ghi island in the Kien Giang province and the 17 small islands it consists of. Surrounded by coral, it is a superb place to swim, enjoy the sun, dive or snorkel. Accommodation in Phu Quoc From luxury hotels and elegant colonial-style resorts to homestays, bungalows, and hostels, Phu Quoc has it all. Regardless of your budget, chances are you will find accommodation here quite affordable, even if that means you spend your holidays at a deluxe hotel. Given that the island’s transformation started only a few years ago, around 2015, everything is new, modern and fresh, lacking nothing of the 5-star amenities offered globally. You can expect meals prepared by award-winning chefs, upscale al fresco dining experiences, and exquisite spa treatments, including luxurious oil massages and traditional Vietnamese cupping that rejuvenate the mind, body, and soul, to name a few, which can be enjoyed at stylish resorts like La Veranda.Read more
Visa to Vietnam
1. Customs regulations Thanks to the government’s policies to promote tourism, customs regulations are becoming far simpler. However, it is still necessary to pay attention to the basic information about essential documentation and things that you can and cannot bring along when arriving or leaving the country. Travelers can bring the maximum amount of the followings; if exceeding, you will have to declare your stuff and pay import taxes: – Cigarettes: 400 – Cigars: 100 – Tobacco: 100 gram – Liquor: 1.5 liters – Perfume and jewelries for personal use – Souvenirs and gift items valued under $ 300. There is no restriction on the amount of money, gold, or precious materials; however, large sums of foreign currency (US$5000 and greater) or gold (more than 300 gram) must be declared. Bear in your mind that you are not allowed to bring along the followings: – Weapon, ammunition, explosives and inflammable objects – Military technical equipment; drugs, opium and other narcotics – Anti-government literature; pornographic literature, etc. 2. Passports Passport must be valid for 6 months upon arrival in Vietnam. 3. Visas Getting visas in advance is required for some nationalities, but some don’t. Travelers with tourist visas can stay for 30 days. The standard length for people from visa-exempt countries (Norway, Finland, Japan, Korea, and ASEAN members) is 15 days. The validity of visas is short; hence, check your plans before applying for single or multiple visas. A single-entry visa (30 days of validity) costs , while a multiple-entry visa (90 days of validity) costs . (Modafinil) It is also easy to extend the visa in Vietnam. Types of Visas Visa on Arrival (VOA) It is the most preferred method for travelers coming by plane, as it is much cheaper, faster, and more convenient. The VOA is only available if you are heading to one of Vietnam’s five international airports (Noi Bai, Tan Son Nhat, Da Nang, Hai Phong, and Can Tho). The procedure is very simple: fill in an online application form and pay the agency fee (about $20), then you will get a Visa on Arrival approval letter signed by Vietnamese Immigration via email. You need to print it out, show it on arrival in a separate queue at customs, and pay your visa stamping fee in US dollars. The costs for single-entry and multiple-entry stampings are $25 and $50. Visa via the Embassy or Consulate Visa can also be obtained via Vietnam’s Embassies and Consulates in other countries, but the process may be slower. It takes about a week to get a Vietnamese Visa in European countries. E-visas Since 2017, travelers are enabled to apply for visa online via the Vietnam Immigration Department. 40 nationalities are eligible to register. However, the E-visas are single-entry only, and cannot be extended. The cost is $25. You can check the latest conditions and apply at: https://immigration.gov.vn/ Visa exemption Citizens of certain countries which have exemption agreements with Vietnam may visit the country without visa for a period of time. Followings are the list of visa-exempted nations: Country Days Laos, Cambodia, Thailand, Singapore, Indonesia, Malaysia 30 Philippines 21 Japan, South Korea, Russia, Sweden, Finland, Denmark, Norway, Germany, France, Spain, Italy, the UK 15 Myanmar, Brunei 14 4. Embassies and Consulates Regarding countries with no visa exemption agreements with Vietnam, travelers have to contact the Vietnam Embassies or Consulates in their countries to register or extend the visa. In case any problems occur, visitors should contact their country’s embassies and consulates in Vietnam to ask for support. There are 80 embassies in Hanoi, and 58 consulates and 3 representations in other cities. List of Embassies and Consulates EMBASSY & CONSULATE ADDRESSES CITY TELEPHONE WEBSITE Algerian Embassy 1 3 Phan Chu Trinh HN 84 4 38253865/39332151 American Embassy The American Center 1 st Floor, Rose Garden Tower, 170 Ngoc Khanh Street, HN 844-3850-5000 http://vietnam.usembassy.gov/ Argentinian Embassy 360 Kim Ma Street, Daeha Business Centre, BA Dinh District HN 84438315262 / 38315263 http://www.embargentina.org.vn Australian Consulate 5th Floor, The Landmark Building, 5B Ton Duc Thang, District 1 HCM 84-8 3521 8100 http://www.hcmc.vietnam.embassy.gov.au/ Australian Embassy 8 Dao Tan Street, Ba Dinh District HN 84-4 3774 0100 http://www.vietnam.embassy.gov.au/ Austrian Embassy Prime Center, 53 Quang Trung, 8. Floor, Hai Ba Trung District HN 84/4 3943 3050-3/3943 3051 http://www.aussenministerium.at/hanoi Bangladeshi Embassy Villa # D6B-05, Vuon Dao, Compound, Subway #675, Lac Long Quan Road, Tay Ho District HN 84-4-3771-6625,/3771-7829 Belarusian Embassy To Ngoc Van Road, 66, Tay Ho District, HN 84 4 37 19 29 74 http://www.vietnam.belembassy.org/ Belgian Embassy Ha Noi tower, 9th floor, 49 Hai Ba Trung, Hoan Kiem District HN 84 4 3 934.61.77/7884 4 3 934.61.79/80/81 http://www.diplomatie.be/hanoi Brazilian Embassy 14, THUY KHUE STREET – villa D-6/7, Tay Ho District HN 844 843-0817/2544 British Embassy 31 Hai Ba Trung Street, Central Building HN 84 4 936050084 4 9360550 / 46 www.uk-vietnam.org/ Bulgarian Embassy 5 Nui Truc Str,Van Phuc, PO.Box 10 HN 84 4 38-45-29-08 Cambodian Consulate No. 41, Phung Khac Khoan, HCM 848 829 2751 Chinese Consulate General 39 Nguyen Thi Minh Khai Street, District 1 HCM 848-8292457 Chinese Embassy 46 Hoang Dieu Road HN 844 8453736 http://vn.china-embassy.org/eng/ Consulate General of Canada 9th Floor, The Metropolitan, 235 Dong Khoi Street, District 1 HCM 011 84 8 827-9899 https://www.international.gc.ca/ Consulate General of France 27 Nguyen Thi Minh Khai, BP 307 – Q. 1 HCM  8 35 20 68 00 www.consulfrance-hcm.org/ Consulate General of Indonesia 1 8, Phung Khac Khoan Street, D 1 HCM 84-8 825-1888, 825-1889 Consulate General of Malaysia 1 208 Me Linh Point Tower, No. 2, Ngo Duc Ke Street, Distric 1 HCM 84-8-829 9023 www.kln.gov.my/perwakilan/hochiminh Consulate General of the Federal Republic of Germany 1 26 Nguyen Dinh Chieu – Q. 3 HCM 84 8 38 29 19 67 www.ho-chi-minh-stadt.diplo.de/ Consulate General of the Lao PDR 93 Pasteur St, District l HCM 84 8 829-7667or 829-9275 Consulate General of the Lao PDR 1 2 Tran Quy-Cap Danang 84 51 821-208 Consulate General of the Netherlands Saigon Tower, suite 901 , 29 Le Duan Boulevard,, District 1 HCM 84 8 8235932/33 www. mfa.nl/hcm-en Consulate General of the Philippines 40-5 Pham Viet Chanh St., Ward 1 9, Binh Thanh District HCM 84 8 3518 0045 Consulate General of the United States 4 Le Duan Blvd., District 1 HCM 84-8-3520-4200 http://hochiminh.usconsulate.gov/contact.html Consulate of Iceland 18 Ngo Quyen, Hoan Kiem District, HN HN 84 4 936 6868 Consulate of Iceland 80 Nguyen Dinh Chieu, Q1, Ho Chi Minh City HCM 84 8 38274 462 Consulate of the People’s Democratic Republic of Laos 40 Quang Trung Street HN 84-4 8252588 Consulate-General of Japan 13-17 Nguyen Hue, District 1 HCM 84-88225314 www.hcmcgi.vn.emb-iapan.go.ip/ Cuban Consulate Phung Khac Khoan Q 1,° No. 45 HCM 848 08 829 7350 Embassy of Brunei Darussalam Villa No 8 and 9, Van Phuc Diplomatik Quarter, 44/8 and 44/9 Van Bao Street , Ba Dinh District HN +84 4 943 5249 / +84 4 943 5250 Embassy of Cambodia 71A,Tran Hung Dao St HN 844 942 4789 / 942 4788 Embassy of Canada 31 Hung Vuong Street HN 84 4 734 5000 http://www.international.gc.ca/vietnam Embassy of Chile Suite 1201-1203, 1 2 th floor, 2 Ngo Quyen Street, Tung Shing Square Building, Hoan Kiem HN 84 4 9351147/84 4 9351148 Embassy of Cuba 65 A Ly Thuong Kiet, Hoan Kiem B.P 79 HN 844 942 4775/884 942 5070-71 Embassy of Egypt 63 To Ngec, Quang An Ward Tay Ho HN 844 8294999 – 8294996 Embassy of Finland 31 Hai Ba Trung, Central Building HN 84 4 826 6788 Embassy of France 57 Tran Hung Dao – Hanoi HN  4 944 57 00 www.ambafrance-vn.org/ Embassy of Greece 28 Thanh Nien Road , Ba Dinh, Hanoi HN 8443 7152254 Embassy of Hungary 360 Kim Ma Street, Daeha Business Center, 1 2th Floor HN 84 4-7715714 Embassy of Indonesia 50, Ngo Quyen Street HN 84-4 825-6316, 825-3353, 825-7969 /www.indonesia-hanoi.org.vn Embassy of Ireland Vincom City Towers [8F], 191 Ba Trieu Street,Hai Ba Trung District HN 84 4 3974 3291 www.em bassyofireland.vn Embassy of Israel 68 Nguyen Thai Hoc Street, Ba Dinh District HN 84-4-8433140/1/2 hanoi.mfa.gov.il Embassy of Japan 27 Lieu Giai , Ba Dinh District HN 84 4 3846-3000 www.vn.emb-iapan.go.ip/ Embassy of Malysia 43 – 45 Dien Bien Phu Street, Ba Dinh District HN 84-4-734 38 36 / 84-4-734 38 49 www.kln.gov.my/perwakilan/hanoi Embassy of Mexico 14 Thuy Khue T-1 1, Hanoi, HN 844 847-0948 www.sre.gob.mx/acerca/directorio/embaiadas/vietnam Embassy of Mongolia Van Phuc Diplomatic Quarter, Villa 6 Hanoi, Vietnam HN 84-4-38453009 http:// mongembhanoi.com/ Embassy of Morocco Chu Van An, Ba Dinh District HN 84 47 34 55 86 / 84 47 34 55 87 Embassy of Myanmar A-3 101-104, Vanphuc Diplomatic Quarters, Kim MA St. HN 84-4 845 3369, 823 2056 Embassy of New Zealand Level 5 63 Ly Thai To Street HN 84 4 824 1481 Embassy of Pakistan Villa 44/2, Van Bao Street, Van Phuc Diplomatic Compound HN 84-4 37262251 www.mofa.gov.pk/vietnam/default.aspx Embassy of Romania 5 Le Hong Phong Street HN 84 4 8452014 Embassy of Russia 191, La Thanh street, Hanoi, Vietnam HN 84 4 833-6991, 833-6992 www.vietnam.mid.ru Embassy of Singapore No. 41 & 43 Tran Phu Street HN 84-4-38489168 Main line www. mfa.gov.sg/hanoi Embassy of Slovakia 6B Le Hong Phong Str. HN 84-4 845 4334-5 www.mzv.sk/HANOI Embassy of South Africa 3rd Floor, Central Building, 31 Hai Ba Trung Street HN 84-4-9362000 /+84-4-9362003 Embassy of Spain 15th Fl. Dacha Business Center, 360 Kim Ma Str HN 84-4-771-5207 / +84-4-771-5209 Embassy of Sweden 2, Nui True Street, Khu Ba Dinh District HN 84 4 726 04 00 www.swedenabroad.com/hanoi Embassy of Thailand 63-65 Hoang Dieu Street HN 84-4 823-5092 to 93 Embassy of the Czech Republic 1 3 Chu Van An HN 84-4 38454131-2 http://www.mzv.cz/hanoi Embassy of the Lao PDR 22 Rue Tran Bing Trong HN 844 942 9746, 942 4576, 942 2735 Embassy of the Philippines 27-B Tran Hung Dao St. HN 844 943-7873/ 3849/ 4493 / 7948 / 9826 www.hanoipe.org Embassy of The Republic of Iraq HN 84 4 – 9424141 Embassy of The Republic of Korea 4 th Fl., Dae Ha Business Center,Kim Ma Street, Hanoi, HN 84-4 831 5111/6 Embassy of Turkey 4 Da Tuong Str., 4th Fl., North Star Bldg. HN 84-4 822-2460 Embassy of Ukraine 6, Le Hong Phong Street Ba Dinh District HN 84-4-37344484 /84-4-37344492 www.mfa.gov.ua/vietnam General Consulate of Singapore The Saigon Centre, Level 8, 65 Le Loi Boulevard, District 1 HCM 84-8 8225174 www. mfa.gov.sg/hochiminhcitv General Consulate of Ukraine 4/4 Hoang Viet Street, Tan Binh District HCM 84-8 8222490 German Embassy 29, Tran Phu HN www.hanoi.diplo.de/ Honorary Consulate General of Finland 203 Dong Khoi, Suite #206, 1 st District Ho Chi Minh City HCM 84 8 8272 029 Honorary Consulate General of India 55-Nguyen Dinh Chieu Street , District 3 HCM 84 8-38237047 Honorary Consulate of Sweden 8A/1 1 D1 Thai Van Lung, 5th Floor HCM 84 8 823 68 00-2 www.sweden.gov.se/sb/d/5616/a/20794/l/en/pd/561 Honorary Consulate of the Czech Republic 2 Pham Minh Duc, Ngo Quyen Dist., Hai Phong HaiPhong 8431/3836539 Honorary Consulate of the Czech Republic 28 Mac Dinh Chi, Quan 1 HCM 848/38290585 Honoray Consulate of Chile 79/2/1 Phanke Binh, Dakao, Distrit. 1 HCM 84-8-9102108/84-8-9102903 Indian Embassy 58-60, Tran Hung Dao HN 84-4-8244989 Italian Embassy 9, Le Phung Hieu Street HN 84 4 825 6256 www.embitalyvietnam.org Palestine Embassy HN 840408522947 Polish Embassy in Vietnam 3 Chua Mot Cot HN 84.4.3845.2027 www.hanoi.polemb.net/ Royal Danish Consulate Genera 20 Phung Khac Khoan St. HCM 84.8.8228289 Royal Danish Embassy 19 Dien Bien Phu Street HN 84 4 8231888 http://www.ambhanoi.um.dk Royal Danish Embassy in Vietnam 19 Dien Bien Phu Street HN 84 4 823 18 88 Royal Netherlands Embassy Daeha Office Tower, 6th floor , 360 Kim Ma Street, Ba Dinh, Hanoi HN 84 4 8315650 www.netherlands-embassy.org.vn/ Royal Norwegian Consulate 21-23 Nguyen Thi Minh Khai Street, Somerset Chancellor Court, 5th Floor HCM 84 8 3822 1696 www.norway.org.vn/Embassy/Consulate- HCMC/ Royal Norwegian Embassy 1 0th Floor, Block B, Vincom City Towers, 191 Ba Trieu Street HN 84 4 3974 8900 www.norway.org.vn/ Royal Thai Consulate-General 77 Tran Quoc Thao Street, District 3 HCM 848 932-7637-8 www.thaiconsulatehochiminh.com:8080/ Taipei Economic and Cultural Office 5th Floor HITC Building,239 Xuan Thuy Street, Cau Giay District HN 2-844-833-5501 www.teco.org.vn Taipei Economic and Cultural Office 336 Nguyen Tri Phuong St., Dist. 10 HCM 002-848 834-6264~7Read more